Decision Traps: Ten Barriers to Brilliant Decision-making and how to Overcome Them

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Simon & Schuster, 1990 - Business & Economics - 280 pages
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"Executives rate decision-making ability as the most important business skill, but few people have the training they need to make good decisions consistently. Becoming a good decision-maker is like training to be a top athlete: Just as the best coaches use training methods to help athletes develop proper techniques and avoid mistakes, Dr. J. Edward Russo and Dr. Paul J.H. Schoemaker have developed a program that can help you avoid 'decision traps' - the ten common decision-making errors that most people make over and over again. Dr. Russo and Dr. Schoemaker have improved the decision-making skills of thousands of Fortune 500 executives with this program. Now you can use their decision-making techniques to make sure that you last bad decision was your last bad decision." -- back cover.

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An Excellent DecisionMaking
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The Power of Frames
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Winning Frames
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